Matthew Beasley - Resume

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Matthew Beasley 3211 Pearl St. Apt #103 | Nacogdoches, TX 75965Cell: 903-436-4395 | Beardsley.ma@gmail.com

Goal: Targeting an Entry-Level Opportunity in Software EngineeringMission Statement

As an enthusiastic senior student seeking to build upon my education, I wish to continue to grow as a professional and as an individual in a challenging and supportive career. By continued development of skills through an education and interaction with my supervisors and peers, I wish to make valuable contributions to the efforts of an organization in achieving their goals.

Education

Stephen F. Austin State University -- Nacogdoches, TX. (Jan 2012 Present)Degree: Computer Science (BS); CSC GPA: 3.33; Expected Graduation: May 2015; Professional Membership: Computer Science Club - Officer (Secretary)Panola County Community College Carthage, TX (Sept. 2009 Dec. 2011)Technology Summary

Proficient in C, C++, Java, PHP and SQL. Comfortable on all major OS's, such as Windows, Unix/Linux, and OSX. Familiar with Windows Server 2012 R2, MySQL, and Oracle RDMS.

Work Experience

HealthTrust Software Nacogdoches, TX Development Intern, May2015 to Present Contributed to the development of new product features Fixed known issues reported by clients Provided escalated customer service support in times of needStone Fort Museum -- Nacogdoches, TXMuseum Assistant,May 2014 to December 2014 My primary responsibility as a museum assistant is to: Provide costumer service to patrons Escort to patrons to restricted exhibits. Projects are assigned to me as necessary and my previous experience in IT made me the go to employee for tech issues.

The HOPE Project -- Tenaha, TXTech Support,Jan. 2012 to Nov. 2013 As the sole member of the Technical Support staff, I provided networking and desktop support, account management and printing assistance to staff. Provided one-on-one training to the technically inept Researched and implemented solutions to problems that placed a burden on productivity.

Professional References

1. Dr. David Cook, Associate Professor of Computer Science -- SFASURelationship: Advisor and ProfessorPhone: (936) 468-2508 Address: P.O. Box 13076 SFA Station, Nacogdoches, TX 75962

2. Dr. Deborah Dunn, Professor of Computer Science -- SFASURelationship: ProfessorPhone: (936) 468-2508Address: P.O. Box 13076 SFA Station, Nacogdoches, TX 75962

3. Carolyn Spears, Curator -- Stone Fort Museum Relationship: Direct SupervisorPhone: (936) 645.7414 Address: 1801 Alumni Dr. Nacogdoches, TX 75964

4. Jean Diebolt, CEO -- The Hope Project Relationship: Direct SupervisorPhone: (936) 248.4648 Address: 1231 Center St. Tenaha, Texas

Personal Reference

1. Brent Hughes, Software Engineer -- Capital OneRelationship: High School friendPhone: (936) 263-6371

2. Bryan Beale, Software Developer -- Elliott Electric SupplyRelationship: Friend / Ex-CoworkerPhone: (936) 585-3939